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3 bedroom semi-detached house for sale

Court House Barns, Cascob, Nr Presteigne

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Semi-detached house
3 bedroom
2 bathroom

Property features

  • Immaculate Barn Conversion
  • 3 Double Bedrooms
  • 2 Bathrooms & 2 Reception Rooms
  • Open-Plan Kitchen Diner
  • High Quality Finish Throughout
  • Part of a Small, Exclusive Development
  • Rural & Peaceful Location
  • Countryside Views
  • Pleasant Rear Garden & Allocated Parking
  • Grade II Listed

Property description

This immaculate barn conversion certainly 'Court" our attention and we are sure it will catch yours too! No.1 Court House Barns is a must view property for buyers looking for a one-of-a-kind home, set in a peaceful location surrounded by beautiful countryside. The dwelling offers spacious accommodation to include 3 double bedrooms, 2 reception rooms and 2 bathrooms.

Key Features - - Immaculate Barn Conversion
- 3 Double Bedrooms
- 2 Bathrooms & 2 Reception Rooms
- Open-Plan Kitchen Diner
- High Quality Finish Throughout
- Part of a Small, Exclusive Development
- Rural & Peaceful Location
- Countryside Views
- Pleasant Rear Garden
- Allocated Parking
- Grade II Listed

The Property - A truly unique, beautifully converted, Grade II Listed, attached barn conversion located in a quiet, rural setting and part of a small, exclusive development on the outskirts of the hamlet of Cascob, which is situated in the picturesque Mid Wales countryside close to the English/Welsh border.

Used for centuries as a hay/agricultural barn as part of former Court House Farm, this immaculate property, as well as the neighbouring barn conversions, has been meticulously developed over recent years taking care and attention to every last detail internally and externally using respected local tradesman and high quality materials. Finished in 2014, No.1 Court House Barns has been built with luxurious living in mind. This spacious 3 bedroom dwelling oozes character and offers a pleasant blend of traditional and contemporary features from exposed stone walls and timbers to granite worktops in the kitchen, utility and bathrooms and oak finishings throughout. These include oak framed windows and external stable doors, oak stairs and engineered oak flooring. Owing to its Grade Listing and as part of the planning, outside the barn has kept its original look with the stone wall finish, oak cladding and window shutters on the first floor and the gable end pigsty, which has now been transformed into a wonderful reception room space.

Accommodation-wise, the property is made up on the ground floor of a reception hall, which also could be used as a study area, an open-plan kitchen diner installed with a fully equipped, bespoke kitchen with a utility area and downstairs W.C off. The final room on the ground floor is an exquisite living room which features bi-folding doors opening out to the rear garden. On the first floor, a landing area gives way to the family bathroom and the 3 double bedrooms with en-suite shower to the master. In addition, and unlike most conventional barn conversions, No.1 Court House Barns attracts plenty of natural light through the oak framed windows, which frame the stunning countryside views and also the property offers ample loft storage with dual access. The property also bucks the trend by being incredibly efficient owing to high levels of insulation throughout, a top of the range 'Worcester' boiler with a pressurised water system allowing excellent water pressure, double glazed windows and underfloor heating to the ground floor.

Outside, the property has 2 allocated parking spaces within the designated parking area which also has additional visitor parking. At the front, the property overlooks a beautifully landscaped pond with water feature as well as the pretty brook which you initially cross over to get to the property. At the rear is a largely laid to lawn sizeable garden, which has a delightful gravelled seating area and is an ideal place to relax/entertain, whilst enjoying the scenic backdrop and peacefully listening to the Cascob Brook gently flowing by. Attracting plenty of afternoon/evening sun, the rear garden can be accessed through the bi-folding living room doors, the stable backdoor from the utility area or via the rear path from the parking area. There are also 2 useful garden/storage sheds.

This magnificent, individually designed home is set in an idyllic setting and is just 1 of 5 barn conversions, which all neighbour the original Georgian farm house. This tranquil location is perfect for those who seek the laid back lifestyle, a million miles from the hustle and bustle of city life. The property is encompassed by countryside as far as the eye can see and is perfect for walkers and nature lovers. Rural, but by no means completely isolated, No.1 Court House Barns is conveniently positioned approximately 5 miles from the popular market town of Presteigne, 6.5 miles from the border town of Knighton and 9 miles from the English historic town of Kington. All 3 towns offer a wide variety of retail, recreational and educational facilities. Knighton boasts a train station, which runs on the Heart of Wales Railway Line between Swansea and Shrewsbury, while Presteigne was again this year (2018) voted in the top 10 best places to live in Britain according to The Sunday Times.

The Location - No.1 Court House Barns occupies a beautiful setting on the edge of the rural hamlet of Cascob in the heart of beautiful Powys. The area is renowned for its outstanding natural beauty and is a haven for nature enthusiasts. Encompassed by stunning scenic countryside with rolling hill tops as far as the eye can see the village and nearby surroundings are popular with walkers and cyclists and present a variety of outdoor pursuits.

The nearby town of Presteigne sits alongside the river Lugg, at the corner of the three counties of Shropshire, Herefordshire and Powys, within a short drive to Hay-On-Wye, Hereford, Ludlow and Shrewsbury, surrounded by beautiful, unspoilt countryside Just to the west are Radnor Forest and Offa's Dyke. Go slightly south-west and you can browse the book shops of Hay-On-Wye, and to the east you can sample the renowned culinary delights of Ludlow. Hereford, with its Cathedral, is 26 miles away from Presteigne and in between there are activities and visits to satisfy a whole variety of tastes. Presteigne High Street has a good range of individual shops, restaurants, pubs, hotels and services. Theres also a Michelin starred restaurant five miles outside Presteigne. Throughout the year the senses are served with a range of musical and arts based events; The Presteigne Music Festival is a prestigious and internationally renowned regular event and throughout the year other musical events provide a rich and eclectic menu. There is a calendar of high quality art exhibitions throughout the year, whilst the Church of St Andrew's permanently houses its own treasure, a 16th century Flemish Tapestry.

The Judge's Lodging museum, a Georgian Court House complete with cells, courtroom and living quarters has been classed as Britains Best Hidden Gem.

Services - We are informed the property is connected to mains water and electricity. Shared treatment plant drainage. Shared TV/Satellite aerial system.

Heating - The property has the benefit of LP gas fired central and underfloor heating to the ground floor, with a wood burning stove in the lounge, radiators to the first floor and dual fuel towel rails in bathrooms.

Tenure - We are informed the property is of freehold tenure.

Council Tax - Powys County Council - Band F. Charge for 2021/22 is £2,504.41.

Nearest Towns/Cities - Presteigne Approximately 5 miles
Knighton - Approximately 7 miles
Kington - Approximately 9 miles
Llandrindod Wells - Approximately 15 miles
Leominster - Approximately 19 miles
Builth Wells - Approximately 21 miles
Newtown - Approximately 27 miles
Hereford - Approximately 29 miles

Directions - From the Presteigne/Discoed direction, go straight over at Maes-Treylow crossroads towards Cascob and proceed along the lane for approximately 1.5 miles and the signpost and turning for Court House Barns is located on the right hand side (if you reach a narrow bridge you have gone about 300 yards too far and need to turn around). Once you turn off the lane and down the driveway, do not bear right where the road forks half way along, keep straight and into the development and the property is the first on the left. The parking area is located the other side of the row of barns on the left.

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  • Court House Barns, Cascob, Nr Presteigne
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